The Haunting of Hill House.
by Jackson, Shirley
- Very good, slightly cocked, in a good plus price-clipped dust jacket with some edgewear and old tape repairs to spine ends.
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The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson is widely considered one of the best literary ghost stories published during the twentieth century. The novel has been adapted to film twice — in 1963 and again in 1999 — both times under the title The Haunting . The Gothic tale tells the story of socially repressed Eleanor Vance and three others who head to Hill House to partake in an experiment involving paranormal activities.
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- Zephyr Books (US)
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- The Haunting of Hill House.
- Jackson, Shirley
- Quarter yellow cloth over blue cloth boards, black titles, top edge stained gray.
- Book condition
- Used - Very good, slightly cocked, in a good plus price-clipped dust jacket with some edgewear and old tape repairs to spine ends.
- Quantity available
- 1st Edition.
- Place of Publication
- New York.
- Date published
- 246 pp.
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- 21x14 cm.
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